The new edition of imm cologneis joined this year by LivingInteriors, the format on trends in interior design that alternates, in even years, with LivingKitchen. In the two display areas, already sold out months ago, 1200 companies from 50 countries will show their wares and the latest new developments to 120,000 visitors expected to arrive from over 110 nations. New entries include Sleep – the segment that combines manufacturers of beds, mattresses and everything associated with the concept of rest – with its own display space. The feather in the cap of this edition will be the project Das Haus, namely the construction of a ‘model home’ assigned this year to Louise Campbell.